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Carten Cordell

He will retire after nearly 40 years with the company.

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Rebecca Cooper

The Michelin guide is back, and D.C.’s Bib Gourmands, honored for being of high quality at a moderate price, are …more       

Melody Simmons

The new campus reduces Under Armour’s real estate footprint in Baltimore by 40%.

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Kaitlynn R. Copinger

Richmond consultancy Covintus is launching an accelerator program with a unique goal: to “savify” startup founders.  

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NBC Washington Staff

A new mass vaccination clinic is set to open at the old Lord & Taylor store at Tysons Corner Center. …more       

Drew Hansen

A jury began deliberations on Monday in the trial in Minneapolis.

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Daniel J. Sernovitz

The District-based culinary business incubator is still happening.

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Dana Hedgpeth The incident happened at the intersection of River Road and Beech Tree Road, police said. …more       

Julie Zauzmer, Michael Brice-Saddler The Comprehensive Plan is up for new amendments that could reshape the face of the city. …more       

Matt Rogers Wednesday’s front to bring gusty storms followed by a big drop in temperatures. …more       

Erin Cox In an interview, King focused on inequity and the chance to become the state’s first Black governor. …more       

Darcy Spencer

The sister of a young, Black man who was found hanging from a tree in Silver Spring in 1986 has …more       

Darcy Spencer

The sister of a young, Black man who was found hanging from a tree in Silver Spring in 1986 has …more       

Bart Barnes A former Democratic senator from Minnesota and vice president, his unusually candid and forward-looking bid for the pinnacle of American …more       

Martin Weil A bit of rain fell early, but the afternoon was bright. …more       

Jenna Portnoy, Antonio Olivo Fairfax County officials say they’re still working through a backlog of seniors and those with medical conditions before they get …more       

Spencer Hsu The ruling is a victory for U.S. prosecutors who say members of far-right groups conspired to thwart Congress’s certification of …more       

Jodie Fleischer

A new report from Digital Citizens Alliance and The Coalition for a Safer Web says social platforms need to do …more       

Adam Tuss

A touching moment between a local family posted to TikTok has exploded on social media. …more       

Petula Dvorak Homicides — the crimes usually linked to mental health — are up, at a time when we’re even more isolated. …more       

NBC Washington, Associated Press and Scott MacFarlane

U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick suffered strokes and died of natural causes the day after he defended the Capitol …more       

Andy Medici

The agency’s approach to its $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund promises to be different than its Shuttered Venue Operators Grant …more       

Katie Mettler A 15-year-old was killed in a separate case earlier this month in Prince George’s County. …more       

John Kelly They said the aim was to tamp down dangerous flirting. Was that the truth? …more       

Associated Press

Maryland State Police are searching for the driver of a vehicle believed to be involved in a fatal hit and …more       

Michael Neibauer

Alta 801 will fill in a long-empty lot technically owned by the District government.

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Andrea Swalec

Visitors to a food hall in Northern Virginia can order from a peri peri chicken menu, a steakhouse menu, a …more       

Matthew Stabley

D.C. will resume parking enforcement suspended because of the pandemic beginning June 1. …more       

Morgan Eichensehr

Hundreds of thousands of students, faculty and staff still await a final call on whether the University System of Maryland …more       

Lilly Price, Capital Gazette

An amateur genealogist has come forward to admit she scrubbed scrubbed roughly 200 gravestones at a Maryland cemetery in a …more       

Carten Cordell

The Army Corps of Engineers is surveying the market for contractors to build a 13,000-square-foot facility.

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Andy Medici

The Small Business Administration has opened up a new way for small-business owners to push back against a denial of …more       

NBC Washington Staff

A 13-year-old boy died and a 12-year-old boy is charged with murder after what police believe was a clash Saturday …more       

NBC Washington Staff and Associated Press

Here’s what to know about the coronavirus data, resources and reopenings across the D.C. area. …more       

Spencer Hsu The ACLU-led petition, with support from former Bush solicitor general Ted Olson, comes as Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court’s growing …more